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In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the oldest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep int ...
 
An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians remain mostly invisible, while the dominant narratives of Appalachia depict an overwhelming, white cultural homogeneity. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges these misconceptions by highlighting how Black families have shaped and have been shaped by the region. Through historical and contemporary stories of people, places and experiences, hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in Appalachia, crea ...
 
Welcome to Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast series that all started with Mared & Karen: The WVU Coed Murders and Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens. As the podcast has grown we decided to combine our feeds, join forces with Jam Street Media, and work on Season 3! So, if things look a little different, that's why. Stay tuned!
 
Co-hosts Bill Dunham and Dr. Fred Mackara provide monthly updates on the markets and the economy and conduct long form interviews with business, governmental, academic, and entrepreneurial thought leaders in the Southern Appalachians to find new trends in business and economic development in the region. Produced by Hoover Mutascope Productions in association with Public Radio 89.5 WETS-FM.
 
A podcast dedicated to ending the environmentally destructive practice of Mountaintop Removal Mining (MTR) that is devastating the Appalachian Mountains. Featuring a summary of the best current news items and media pieces focusing on MTR.Email: StopMTR@WaterPodcast.comFor further information on Mountaintop Removal Mining visit: ilovemountains.org and appvoices.org
 
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After seven years of hard work, Create Appalachia president Cher Cornett finally announces the pandemic delayed openings of work centers in Johnson City and Kingsport in an effort to develop and grow the digital media industry in the Appalachian Highlands. Kingsport entrepreneur Heath Guinn of Synch Space, a board member of Create Appalachia, detai…
 
During the French Revolution a French baron attempted to establish a colony of Frenchmen in Appalachia, at present-day St. Paul, Virginia. Today we tell you that story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, IHeart Radio, TuneIn, Audible or wherever you find your podcasts. Thanks for listening!…
 
Over Memorial Day weekend, airports across the country reported the highest numbers of people flying in more than a year. As more of us are dreaming once again of flight, we thought this would be a good time to listen back to an episode of Inside Appalachia that originally aired last summer. We’ll hear stories about flight: legendary aviators, figh…
 
In which two ambitious young folks from Esau County come to the city of Paradise, and meet with both misfortune and opportunity. CW: Assault and robbery. Written by Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Sound design by Steve Shell Produced by Cam Collins and Steve Shell Intro Music: “The Land Unknown (The Hollow Heart Verses)” written and performed b…
 
To celebrate Pride Month here in Appalachia, we have Ethan Bartlett join us to share his story! We hear about his experience of growing up in an Independent Fundamental Baptist church, how he voluntarily attended a “Conversion Camp” as a teen, and where he is now. This episode start out dark, but the Ethan has taken his traumatic experiences and us…
 
Gabe's wife Alissa fills in for Cody this week to talk about the family tradition of "304 Tours." Day trips and long weekend adventures are fun, but coining a name for the type of adventure they are just ups the ante. Hear about their most recent 304 Tour in this episode! The Durbin Rocket Train Ride (Durbin, WV) Green Bank Observatory Cass, WV Sno…
 
During the French Revolution a French baron attempted to establish a colony of Frenchmen in Appalachia, at present-day St. Paul, Virginia. Today we tell you that story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, IHeart Radio, TuneIn, Audible or wherever you find your podcasts. Thanks for listening!…
 
We've got a couple of overachievers on the show today. Kera and Bill decided that an Appalachian Trail thru-hike wasn't sufficient to scratch their adventure itch, so they went straight from their 2200-mile walk to a 5000-mile bike trip, crossing the country from Bar Harbor to San Diego–taking a fairly circuitous route, it must be said! The two of …
 
Founders of New England Society for Psychic Research (NESPR), Ed and Lorraine Warren are now most known for The Conjuring films. Based on true stories from the Warrens encounters with the unknown, there is more to this couple than the films portray. Believer or skeptic listen as we unpack a range of paranormal cases Ed and Lorraine Warren were apar…
 
As the nation moves forward from what seems to be an ebbing pandemic, both market and economic data were mixed last month as fears of inflation seep into the business psyche. Fred Mackara has the economic report, and Bill Dunham shares market news - including a major story on one of Kingsport's major employers.…
 
Explorer, surveyor, soldier and Indian agent are all jobs held by Joseph Martin. He also built a settlement, Martin’s Station, that was a way station for settlers moving west into Kentucky. Today we tell his story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, IHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, or on you favorit…
 
Explorer, surveyor, soldier and Indian agent are all jobs held by Joseph Martin. He also built a settlement, Martin's Station, that was a way station for settlers moving west into Kentucky. Today we tell his story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, IHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, or on you favorit…
 
Our Inside Appalachia team recently won several awards for our reporting. This week, we’re listening back to some of these stories, including one about the John Denver classic, “Take Me Home Country Roads,” which was first recorded 50 years ago in 1971. And we’ll learn how indie pro-wrestling in Southern West Virginia was able to keep going through…
 
On a beautiful day in the Grayson Highlands, Ryan hikes and sits down with Nimblewill Nomad for a follow-up interview from the last time they spoke on the trail. Nimblewill is over 900 total miles in since leaving Flagg Mountain, Alabama, earlier this year. He is attempting to set a record by thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail at 83 years old. His h…
 
Here one second, gone the next. But it wasn't an abduction or even a runaway. Today we discuss the scientific anomaly of vanishing into thin air. Starting with Orion Williamson of Salem, Alabama. Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikTok: @ammpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Appalachianmm/ Contact us at: appalachianmm@gmail.com…
 
Veteran automotive sales executive David Cook shares information about his newest challenge, overseeing Car Barn USA, a business that blends a traditional used car dealership with sales of classic vehicles, a museum featuring vehicles from decades past, and a gathering venue located in Abingdon, Virginia.…
 
During World War I a wealthy playboy from Philadelphia refused induction into the U. S. Army and was charged and convicted of draft evasion. He managed to escape and, when captured, offered to buy his way out of prison with gold he said was hidden in the hills of West Virginia. That’s just a small part of this week’s story…you’ll have to listen for…
 
During World War I a wealthy playboy from Philadelphia refused induction into the U. S. Army and was charged and convicted of draft evasion. He managed to escape and, when captured, offered to buy his way out of prison with gold he said was hidden in the hills of West Virginia. That's just a small part of this week's story...you'll have to listen f…
 
This week we're revisiting an episode of Inside Appalachia that features children's authors in and from our region. And while these stories were written for children, like many children's stories, these stories have messages for all of us, including grown-ups.Mason Adams, Caitlin Tan, Roxy Todd, Jade Artherhults による
 
While you listen to this, our guest today, Jamey Mossengren, is out on the Pacific Crest Trail with his buddies, The Minnesota Hikings. Jamey and I talk about his 2019 thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail and his remarkable mode of transport on the Colorado Trail, amongst others. Despite our laughs, I was struck how Jamey and his mates were enjoying …
 
Located in northern West Virginia looms a prison with a dark history of riots, murder, and ties to the Manson family. The West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville, WV has seen it's fair share of bloodshed and is surrounded by death, whether it be the burial ground it's built on or the Grave Creek Mound across the street. Listen as we share our own…
 
In this second "spring break" edition we revisit a September 2018 conversation with Kevin Doherty, Chairman and President of the Tennessee Captive Insurance Association to discuss that burgeoning business in the Volunteer State, and with ETSU's Dr. Paul Sims, whose background in aircraft inspection and approval by the FAA gives context to the Boein…
 
Today we tell the story of an East Tennessee man who realized after 20 years of marriage that he wasn’t who he always thought he was. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, IHeart Radio, Audible or on your own favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening!Steve Gilly, Rod Mullins による
 
Today we tell the story of an East Tennessee man who realized after 20 years of marriage that he wasn't who he always thought he was. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, IHeart Radio, Audible or on your own favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening!
 
Many oil and gas workers come into contact with a fracking byproduct called brine. The gas industry says it’s safe. But is it really? This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll talk with reporter Justin Nobel, who says some workers are being exposed to dangerous levels of radioactivity, which could be making them, and their families, sick. And, as we he…
 
He had always wanted to come here, to this diamond in the rough wedged in-between kissin’ cousins of a state line: Paradise — a city split down the middle between the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Tennessee — was a bustling town in the early winter of 1928. CW: Discussion of historical slavery and military desertion, human trafficking, …
 
It was Trail Days in Damascus this past weekend, and Ryan took to opportunity to chat with Steve about the event itself, his books, and his upcoming plans for the JMT. With Steve on his mini-sabbatical, Ryan is choosing the topics he wants to cover on the show and decided that putting a bit of a spotlight on Steve's books would open them to a new a…
 
Otherworldly beings, flying horses, fairies, and more strange happenings seem to haunt the history of Chimney Rock. Located in North Carolina this state park has stories unlike any we've talked about before. Join us as we explore the Strange Happenings at Chimney Rock. Instagram: @ammpod Twitter: @ammpod1 TikTok: @ammpod Facebook: https://www.faceb…
 
Fred and Bill revisit two interviewees this week. ETSU engineering technology graduate Joey Powers took notice of an article on Yahoo! back in his undergraduate days inn 2011 and turned it into a thriving business - Green Cube Solutions - that now employs 15 people in Blountville. Then Elizabethton Parks & Recreation Director Mike Mains talks about…
 
On April 11, 1946, Earl McFarland was captured by the FBI at the corner of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville while waiting for a streetcar. Why this happened to a Marine veteran of the Battle of Guadalcanal is the subject of our story today. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening to our…
 
On April 11, 1946, Earl McFarland was captured by the FBI at the corner of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville while waiting for a streetcar. Why this happened to a Marine veteran of the Battle of Guadalcanal is the subject of our story today. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening to our…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll talk with West Virginia native, Anna Sale. And we’ll hear from teenagers in Charleston who lost their friend to gun violence. We’ll hear the history behind Mother’s Day, and we’ll go on a nature hike with biologists who are restoring wetlands for frogs and salamanders.…
 
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